There’s something about these cufflinks that are appealing to me. The lapis lazuli accompanied by gleaming sterling silver? Perhaps. The Original Bean® design (copyrighted) by Elsa Peretti? Maybe. Or perhaps it is the idea of a man going all the way on his special day, incorporating blue, ever-so-subtly, into his decorum.
Another Blue Monday is upon us, and we are here to make it a magnificent one. I found this week’s blue inspiration from a little (ok, three hour…) online window shopping session that took place over the weekend. You just can’t go wrong with a ring from Tiffany’s, and this piece is both a showstopper and a heart-stopper. Try not to get too sucked into the intense color and clarity of that blue diamond the way we did and forget how to breathe. I would not want to be the one responsible for light-headed and unconscious brides everywhere. Although this ring is no longer available, it does provide inspiration for that perfect engagement ring, and blue diamonds rank high on our lists of “breathtaking.” Enjoy your week!
Spring is almost here, thank goodness. It has been quite the harsh winter here on the East Coast, and I, for one, am ready to get on with the warmer seasons. In celebration of flowers, I want to share with you these lovely cufflinks, reminiscent of daisies. I love cufflinks on a properly dressed gentleman. Tiffany’s blue daisy cufflinks are great for the groom who wants to incorporate that “something blue” into his wedding day.
Every week we will dedicate our Monday to “Something Blue.” This week we have decided to dedicate our Blue Monday to the often overlooked important half of weddings–grooms! We’re all for including them in traditions usually reserved for brides, and cufflinks can be a smart, subtle way to add in that pop of color so the groom can participate in a time-honored tradition. We believe our leading men deserve to be featured more often, so keep a lookout for more posts specifically tailored to them.